News from Princeton discusses the work of Tom Smith and Bridgett vonHoldt, who have solved a “long-standing finch beak mystery.” The answer turned out to be Mendelian, not Darwinian.
From the molecular nanomachines within a tiny cell to the large-scale structure of the universe, design is everywhere to be found.
Once upon a time, a cell became a tumor. Animals were soon to follow.
Scientists were dumbfounded to find shellfish looking at them with hundreds of elegantly designed eyes.
Researchers may not call it ID, but what else do you call admiration for natural engineering that inspires attempts to imitate it?